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28-Year-Old Jason Haugen is Disrupting the RV Industry

Jason Haugen

The RV market is evolving as the demand for comfortable travel and accommodation vehicles increases. This has helped transform the industry’s outlook, with new trends taking over. In the previous year, more people have been pursuing the line of RV to save money, while even more want to achieve a lifestyle with more freedom of mobility. Considering the new and improved designs from different companies, including the Haugen RV Group, it has become easier to attain this feat.

Haugen RV is a recreational vehicle company founded by 28-year-old Jason Haugen. Their approach to travel and tourism has helped the group penetrate the ever-competitive industry, with centres across the US. Haugen RV recently added its 8th dealership, the Middleton RV. This is the second Missouri-based Legacy RV location for Haugen RV. 

Jason Haugen says they are looking forward to adding more RV centers in the US, making it less stressful for the public to purchase an RV. Haugen RV offers full-scale RV dealerships. The group has RV accessories stores with all spare parts, propane for your tanks, and an extensive inventory, which makes finding the perfect RV for your family a breeze.

Jason Haugen has partnered with a team of professionals who understand the workings of the RV industry and entrepreneurship scheme. This team is helping him make a difference in the RV industry with his work receiving worldwide recognition. At 28, Jason Haugen runs a million-dollar company that will do over $100 million in revenue. The company is among the Top 100 businesses in Utah, with Jason Haugen in the Top 40 under 40 entrepreneurs in RV. 

As Jason helps clients enjoy camping with RVs, he shows young entrepreneurs they have what it takes to pull off any of their aspirations regardless of age. Jason Haugen’s podcast Culture Camp discusses business ownership and RV. Culture Camp covers topics such as career tips and how you can create a winning team. In addition, the show tells the stories of established entrepreneurs, from how they started the challenges and lessons learned.

Culture Camp has hosted prominent business owners like Keaton Hoskins, the ex-president of Winnebago Scott Degnan, and serial entrepreneur Rob Bailey. They have also had athletes and other personalities come on board to share their experiences. For example, Jason has had sit-downs with Jim McMahon and former Miss Olympia, Dana Linn Bailey, each sharing their secrets to creating a business culture that helps you thrive.

According to Jason, many young people shy away from entrepreneurship because they don’t understand the basics. He explains that the current education system does not cover the critical points to help you counter the obstacles which have led to more failures. Additionally, a society undermines young people in business; most feel like their ideas are not sustainable as they don’t have ‘enough experience.’

Through Culture Camp, Jason Haugen helps young and struggling entrepreneurs find their way by providing them with resources and support. Jason shares his story by taking his audience through his journey to the top, emphasizing the absolute truth that no dream is unattainable. Jason Haugen has built a leading RV company. He has continued to show up, and his resilience helped him overcome the obstacles, especially during COVID when the traveling sector experienced downtime. 

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